Sportingtech Appoints Claire Bailiss to Newly-Created Chief People Officer Role

By | April 11, 2024


Award-winning provider makes key hire to secure its position as one of the industry’s top employers

Full-service betting and gaming platform provider Sportingtech has hired Claire Bailiss (pictured) as Chief People Officer (CPO) to increase employee engagement, promote a positive working culture and lead talent development.

Bailiss joins Sportingtech from American iGaming platform GAN, where she worked for more than seven years, most recently as Director of HR. She has previously worked at Ask. com as HR Business Partner and Turner Broadcasting System and EMI Group as HR Manager.

At Sportingtech, she will develop and implement the company’s human resources strategy and policies, lead a wider HR and talent acquisition team and foster a productive work environment that promotes diversity, equity and inclusion.

Bailiss will also implement programmes to attract and retain top talent and manage professional development, compensation and benefits.

After a series of internal promotions, Sportingtech has now introduced the role of CPO to further enhance its positive working environment and boost employee satisfaction.

“I am delighted to officially welcome Claire as our new Chief People Officer,” the Chief Executive Officer for Sportingtech, Tom Ustunel, said. “Claire has been successfully building high-performing teams and fostering positive environments for more than two decades.

“Our brilliant team is our strongest asset and under Claire’s leadership we look forward to strengthening our position as one of the industry’s best employers.”

“People are at the heart of what makes Sportingtech so successful, which is why I am delighted to join this brilliant company as CPO,” Bailiss said. “I will look forward to working with new and existing members of the Sportingtech team as they share in the company’s achievements and build on its continued growth.”

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